I’m working in IntelliJ (v2020.1) using Cursive (1.9.2-eap4-2020.1), and fairly recently when I go to do a Restart REPL (⌘-R) while the code is running, I get the message in the event log saying:
**Error running 'REPL for** *projectname* **: Deferred parameters have not been cached!**"
What is this error trying to tell me?
I’m not sure what I should go fix or what behavior I should change.
From my perspective, it’s only recently started doing this. Not sure why.
Try asking in the #cursive channel on Clojurians slack.
Thanks. So new, didn’t know it existed. Much appreciated.
Clojurians slack is probably the most active Clojure community. Many Clojure users (myself included) use that for getting help with issues, often directly from the source.
In case anyone else runs across this thread – @simongray’s suggestion to hop on the Clojurians Slack web site, join the #cursive channel, and ask for help worked out great.
Turns out the “Deferred parameters have not been cached!” is a bug in cursive that appears to happen when you have a local REPL that’s running and you try to restart it… other factors may be that it’s a Lein project and that there may still be running background threads with unresolved promises / futures / defers. Anyhow, someone’s looking into it.
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